Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


And, of course, we are familiar 110with the crustaceans, the lobsters and the crabs.

It was his for keeps, and it was a big one, the great-grandaddy of lobsters.

Them lobsters you've been stealin' out of my pots for the last fortnight.

They choose their wives as we do lobsters—the heaviest are the best.

Die young, and the lobsters eat you; die old, and it's the worms!

Lobsters certainly were plentiful enough to prevent starvation.

Lobsters were tolerably plenty, and some other fish we caught.

But with the insects, and their relatives, the crabs and lobsters, this is otherwise.

The idea of having them from the lips of lobsters and oysters was very appealing.

If Jem Three got twenty-four lobsters in his, why did she get only three in hers?